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Target’s Drive Up to offer returns, Starbucks orders

Shoppers can now place Starbucks Café orders and make product returns without having to leave their vehicles.

In 2022, Target is looking to make its Drive Up service a little extra special.

The retailer announced that consumers can now add a Starbucks Café order and make product returns without having to leave their vehicle.

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To create these new additions to the Drive Up service, Target surveyed guests and found that placing a Starbucks order was a top request.

When the feature becomes available, guests will be able to indicate they are on the way to the store via the Target app, and upon arrival, a team member will deliver their full order to the car, the company said.

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Available to shoppers without a pickup time window or membership fee, these new functions are rolling out to select cities during the fall, with additional locations to come later on in the year, the retailer said.

“Our guests continue to tell us they love the ease and convenience of Drive Up, and have been asking us to add even more of the Target experience to the service. Adding Starbucks ordering and easy returns, while expanding our backup item options, will give guests even more of what they love about shopping at Target, quickly and easily,” Mark Schindele, Target’s chief stores officer said. “Ongoing investments in our same-day services have built trust and relevance with our guests, while meeting their needs — no matter how they choose to shop.”

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In addition, Target also shared that it will be expanding the backup item functionality with new product categories, including beauty and household essentials.

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